Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones has a nimble story and an adorable set of characters. It may not be the most revolutionary RPG ever made, but if you are a fan of soccer (and anime), you are all in for a real treat.
Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Thunderflash are really great games, but they aren't for newcomers in the slightest. The game expects you to have played the previous entries and that you know what happened to the various characters.
Chrono Stone will likely delight and enthral Inazuma fans, particularly with the new additions to the in-match gameplay, alongside its crazy plot, and the returning characters. However, some of the changes are not necessarily for the better, making parts of the game seem too easy, and the plot makes some traditional elements of Inazuma such as random encounters seem out of place.
The gameplay mechanics of Inazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stones remain attractive but its new content could have been better implemented. The plot line becomes confusing as well and there are better ways to explore the additional contents of this chapter.
SummaryFight for the future of football in Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Thunderflash on Nintendo 3DS and 2DS, as the Raimon Jr. High team thrust themselves into a time-bending RPG, where new armourfied Fighting Spirits, new characters, and new footballing adventures await.